This is Our Why
Every Therapist Counts
Every therapist at Resolute Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is committed to making an impact on the patients they serve.
Lorelei 'Lory' Canady, Physical Therapy Assistant
Meet Lory Canady, Employee of the Year at a Resolute-managed rehabilitation unit in Tucson, Arizona. As a physical therapist assistant, Lory is determined to help patients find their purpose when rebuilding their mobility.
“Lory’s dedication to our rehab team and the patients she serves exhibits resilience,” said Adel Montesclaros, Director of Rehabilitation. ‘She also garners the respect of patients and coworkers alike with her dedication to restoring patient lives.”
Lory understands the needs of her patients and builds a rapport with them that serves as the foundation of the care she provides. Patients often commend Lory for her compassion, sharing that she serves as a “pillar of support” and a “motivator.”
We 'R' Resolute
Together, we commit to results for patients.
After complications from respiratory failure, Ms. Cordova transitioned to a Resolute-managed rehabilitation unit in Tucson, Arizona. Ms. Cordova was admitted for ventilator weaning, care of complex abdominal wounds, and aggressive rehabilitation.
After her evaluation, our Resolute team collaborated with the hospital’s respiratory team, wound care team, and Ms. Cordova’s family to develop a goal-oriented care plan.
As part of this plan, Ms. Cordova was weaned from the ventilator, and her wounds improved. Alongside this progress, she began to transfer from her hospital bed with supervision and take her first steps. As Ms. Cordova prepared to discharge home, she could walk 90 feet using a walker!
We’re honored to empower Ms. Cordova’s return home to her loved ones!
After complications from a gastrointestinal bleed and a heart attack, Mr. Keller transitioned to a Resolute-managed rehabilitation unit in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, for the next step in his recovery.
When he arrived, Mr. Keller, who served as the primary caregiver for a loved one before his hospitalization, was on the ventilator and couldn’t move without total assistance from two team members.
Despite this adversity, Mr. Keller remained determined to follow his personalized plan with a positive outlook. This commitment to results worked!
Working together with the respiratory therapy team, Mr. Keller was able to be weaned from the ventilator and began to become stronger in his mobility. He was weaned from the ventilator, leading to his discharge to inpatient rehabilitation.
The team was so excited to have Mr. Keller return for a holiday visit and share in his joy that he is now home with his family.
Ms. Soria-Castillo transitioned to a Resolute-managed rehabilitation unit in Harlingen, Texas, for the next step in her recovery from respiratory failure. When she arrived, she was on a ventilator and required a feeding tube to receive her nutrients. Ms. Soria-Castillo relied on our Resolute team to provide total assistance to move from her hospital bed.
As part of a personalized care plan, we were determined to restore Ms. Soria-Castillo’s life. Ms. Soria-Castillo’s perseverance and our team’s guidance empowered this goal.
With support from the hospital’s respiratory team, Ms. Soria-Castillo was weaned from the ventilator and could breathe independently! Alongside this success, Ms. Soria-Castillo’s feeding tube was removed. With aggressive speech therapy, she could eat regular foods. As she prepared to discharge to inpatient rehabilitation, Ms. Soria-Castillo could walk for over 200 feet with a rolling walker and supervision. In a recent update, Ms. Soria-Castillo shared that she is now home with her family. Congratulations!